First, Robert Musil:
"It is a basic tendency of human culture that a person approaches people outside of his own circles with the deepest mistrust. We see, that is, that not only will a Germanic person consider a Jew as an incomprehensible and inferior creature, but also that a football player will think the same way about a piano player. All things, after all, exist only by virtue of their differentiation from other things, and thereby by what one could call a slightly hostile act toward their surroundings. Without the Pope, no Luther, and without heathens, no Pope. Therefore, the thesis cannot be rejected that the deepest dependency of a person on other persons consists of his rejection of them."
[The Man Without Qualities, ch. 7].
Now, funnier but less Viennese, Ted Rall:
[Note that they’re talking about 120 degrees Fahrenheit. 120 degrees Celsius would be well above the boiling point. Although Pakistani guy actually does sort of look like he’s melting. Cartoon: h/t Mystical Politics:]